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after a house fire in east baltimore. what neighbors had to say about the victim. >> cheering crowds for both the presidential candidates where they visited. >> and the first full day of the grand prix is in the books. what you can expect today. 11 news sunday morning starts right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> live, local, late breaking, this is 11 news sunday morning. >> welcome to 11 news sunday morning, i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. first let's check outside with meteorologist tony pann. it stinks, it's swampy outside. it's nasty. >> 5:00 in the morning! >> don't you think it smells funny outside? >> i don't know where you were traveling. >> where were you? >> the air quality in baltimore stinks. >> the mold spores are high because of the rain. >> you don't stink, though. >> i did shower this morning. >> thank you. >> we did shower -- not together. >> where is this show going? it's 5:00 and you've dragged us into the mud. 72 at the airport, humidity over 90%. you'll feel that when you step outside this morning but i think it'
valley high school. more information as it becomes available. >> baltimore city police are investigating the death of a man who died while in their custody. >> jennifer franciotti is live with the latest on this investigation. good morning. >> good morning. anthony anderson died on friday night after a confrontation with police. his granddaughter's birthday party when officers assaulteda number of family members say they witnessed the event. two detectives are telling a different story. they say they caught anderson in a drug deal. >> they observed him put what they suspected to be some type of narcotics in his mouth in an atttempt to hide them. so they placed him under arrest for that, took him into police custody, put handcuffs on him. he then started complaining of discomfort and pain. it was believed at the time that he may have ingested some of the drugs that he had and maybe was choking on them. >> police say the officers have been placed on suspension with pay pending the outcome of this investigation. more on the story coming up at 6:30. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> b
migraines. new bayer migraine formula. >> this is wbal-tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. baltimore county schools will conduct a series of mandatory meetings this morning, all aimed at introducing a new and improved school safety and security plan to teachers and administrators. this cons after recent a gun incidents at two schools. they will discuss how to go about reporting suspicious activity. here is kim dacey and traffic pulse 11. >> we had a big accident on the west side outer loop of the beltway. the accident as clear, but we're still seeing residual delays with 10 miles per hour on the west side outer loop. further south, eastbound 100 at arundel mills boulevard, a crashed there. you can see the delays from the live drive times all the way down on the outer loop. leave extra time or avoid that route if you can. 35 minutes between 32 and beltway heading into baltimore. 18 minutes on southbound between 95. here at baltimore national pike, you can see that the outer loop is just crawling all the way down. 95 and the fort mchenry tunnel, it is moving jus
. the refs will be taking the field starting tonight as the browns take on the ravens in baltimore. the fans got loud getting this deal done with more than 70,000 fans around the world making their voices heard in voicemails to nfl offices after the monday night game that gave the seahawks a win over the packers in one of the most controversial calls in nfl history. nfl commissioner roger goodell said this. this agreement supports long-term reforms that will make officiating better. the teams, players and fans want and deserve both consistency and quality in officiating. yes, we do. live at the news desk, tony tull, news4. >>> this morning, more than 1,000 pepco workers are a step closer to going on strike. union reps will go back to pepco to try to get a new deal. if no deal is reached, workers will vote on whether to strike. the labor battle comes as pep co got the go ahead for a rate hike in the district. the d.c. public service commission approved a partial rate increase and that can mean an extra $2.60 a month for the average customer. >>> ken cuccinelli approved a plan to impose strict
bargaining agreement. the longest in nfl history. starting tonight in baltimore, replacement refs will no longer officiate nfl games. roger goodell temporarily lifted the lockout but officials will still meet on friday and saturday to vote on the agreement. goodell had this to say about ending the lockout. "this agreement supports long-term reforms that will make officiating better. the teams, players and fans want and deserve both consistency and quality in officiating." the eight-year term will cover the referees through the 2019 nfl season. >>> virginia will take center stage again today in the race for the white house. both candidates will be campaigning in the commonwealth. mitt romney will be in springfield at american legion post 176. president obama is holding a rally in virginia beach today. both candidates' running mates have been stumping for votes in virginia as well. vice president joe biden was in chesterfield county on tuesday. republican nominee paul ryan made two stops in the commonwealth last week. both candidates were in ohio yesterday. president obama spoke at
yogurt granola bars. treat yourself good. >> this is wbal-tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. here's a look at a couple of stories. fire crews are trying to determine what sparked a two- alarm blaze at a popular seafood restaurant in dundalk. fire crews responded just after 7:30 sunday night. authorities say they saw the flames in the basement. everyone was able to able it outuninjured. in baltimore city, police are searching for a person behind a deadly shooting trade the 22- year-old was attending a house party in alameda. investigators say that someone fired shots from a block away and she was struck in the chest. investigators did not leave she was the intended target but was struck by a stray bullet. let's turned over to tony pann. >> not the best forecast if ever delivered for a holiday. we have hit and miss showers out there. 75 at the airport, 73 in randallstown. it is humid. ray rice settled down from last night. we are picking up some scattered showers out there. other showers in delaware right now. other thunderstorms will redevelop into the afte
but he has to get up here. it is 3-2 orioles. baltimore beat boston 4-2. us talk about the redskins. hurt,not about the guys about the guys to step in. ball, other side of the e garcon forot hav the second week in a row. rgiii will be looking for guys to flash a big. e play the coach is -- we us a chance to run have the confidence we can go there and get the job done. washington has only been --wn for high school sports traditional teams to are --t >> the big story tonight was the running back. touchdowns this 360 move and pummeling into the end zone. the highlights from all the area teams, tune into news channel 8 abc 7 news. 7 sports.nry, abc >> thank you very much. woods struggled at the +3r championship and shot a today. +3r championship and shot a topresident obama: i'm barack obama and i approve... this message. anncr: he keeps saying it... mitt romney: this president cannot tell us that you're.. better off today than when he took office. anncr: well... here's where we were in 2008... tv anncr: the worst financial collapse... since the great depression... tv anncr: american workers
in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. the man convicted of killing a police officer and a car accident will spend more time in prison. in 2004, albert antonelli slammed into a police cruiser in annapolis. he served three years in prison on that conviction and was released, but now he has been ordered back to prison for reportedly violating probation on drug charges. here is sarah caldwell and traffic pulse 11. . >> not exactly an ideal start out there. we have one westbound on 100 blocking the ramp to i-95. watch for delays developing there. this one is clearing an energy parkway. never crash creating big backups on the inner loop of the east side. the backups extend prior to pulaski highway. in rosedale, another accident we're tracking. we have some delays out of the northeast and on the north side towards providence. let's give you a live view of traffic. we will show you what it looks like out of the northeast. adding to these delays, the accident on the inner loop east side. chesaco avenue, that is what it looks like to the accident scene. ava as a check on the forecast. >
delays using the jfx to get into the city. and more problems in northwest baltimore where we are deeing with -- dealing with an accident on all right road there are lot of delays on the west side on the outer loop from 759 towards route 40 and here's live look at beltway in parkville inner loop fine but the outer loop will be sluggish up toward providence road. megan and charley over to you. >> we are out of time but thanks for joining us. >> we are back in 30 minutes for another check of news weather and traffic. times square zoom in. now to new york. okay, what'ya havin? i'll have the build your own burger with a... sunny-side up egg, jack cheese, jill. and, uh... make it a double. inspiration can come from anywhere. build your own burgers are now at denny's. >>> hey, good morning, america. what -- guess what? you're about to have your morning punched with some energy. my very, very good friend, julie bowen, is about to come out on the stage right now. i want everyone in their living rooms, across america, to stand and rise, and to cheer. go, julie. here she comes. my very modern frie
beyond this. let's see what it looks like on the west side at baltimore national pipe, delays in place. now to tony. off to a nice start. it's a little chilly right now. it will warm up quickly in the afternoon. a few clouds at the airport, 50 degrees at bwi with calm wind. 43 in frederick. the forecast for today, mostly sunny skies. it's going to be a nice afternoon. high temperatures in the mid 70's later on today. the seven-day forecast, warmer tomorrow, 78. near 80 on saturday with a chance of scattered showers in the afternoon. cooler on sunday and ♪ >>> clr countless tributes to "call me maybe," not many like this, the orchestra doing the very unusual version of carly raejepsen's hit. the whole crew will be here to perform it live tomorrow on "today." >>> inside studio 1-a, i'm matt lauer inside alongside savannah gurthrie. >> i can't wait to hear the heavy metal version. >> are you a little over this song by now? >> i still like it. >> i heard you humming it earlier, actually. it gets stuck in your brain. >>> just ahead, an interesting question in the wake of those topless sun
of prichard road. she felt the man took her cell phone. wasn't seriously hurt. >> a baltimore county teenager shot on the first day of school is home from the hospital. daniel was shot in the back and police say fellow students fired at random in the cafeteria. he is charged as an adult. >>> new details tonight in last month's deadly shooting at the temple in wisconsin. police released dash cam video of the shooting rampage, showing the courageous action of the officer who helped stop that gunman. here's more. >> oak creek police officers rush to the sick temple august 5, where a gunman just shot and killed six people. from another squad camera, you can see what happens moments before he got there. the gunman just fired 15 shots into brian murphy, who lay wounded on the ground. page was closing in on murphy. then, linda distracted him. page fired at linda's squad. the squad windshield exploded. the bullet hit the driver side headrest. fortunately, linda had just gotten out of the squad. >> i stepped right outside the door, opened my squad door, stepped outside and the door comes up and the
condition. she later died. her name has not been released. >>> a bitter sweet weekend for baltimore ravens wide receiver torrey smith. he turned in one of his best games as a pro but did so with a heavy heart. smith's younger brother died sunday night while riding his motorcycle in virginia. smith, a former terrapin receiver, decided to play in last night's game against the patriots. he scored two touchdowns and a ravens win. afterward, ravens head coach john harbaugh mar developvelled smith's resolve. >> when torrey said he wanted to play, he deserved that. a very special guy. how do you explain that? the lord works in wonderful, mysterious, beautiful ways. >> the ravens had a moment of silence before the game for jones. police are still investigating the crash but say alcohol was not a factor. >>> it's a sour start to the season on the redskins home field. the bengals came to town and proved they were going to be tough to beat from the very beginning. >> he will go deep. he's got green. he's going to go all the way. >> redskins outgunned for the most part in this game, ultimately falling
road. six people were arrested. one person shot in the happened. towson you've's homecoming. baltimore county police say people from off campus came in causing the are you cus. the ma'am at recker has not commented on how thing went down. carlisle and york, pennsylvania, wet weather this morning. throughout the day, we will stay dry, 67 degrees by lunchtime. 70 is the high. by k 3:00, a nice day on tap. are the jacket. let's get a check of the traffic with loren cook. >> we have trouble going on in dundalk, there is a crash on island point road at eastern avenue. if you are traveling on 895, watchout for a disabled car along the northbound lanes at childs street, fort mc henry will be nice and clear. if you are using 695, a live look outside, parkville, outer loop sluggish from harford towards providence. the inner loop nice and clear towards 95. eggs, bacon, and pancakes. denny's everyday value slam is four dollars every day. wait, is that right? eggs, bacon, pancakes. yeah. that's right. the four dollar everyday value slam. only four dollars every day. only at denny's. ♪ ♪ it's a
they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8... >> this is wbal-tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. a viewing will be held for the harford county sheriff's deputy killed in a traffic accident last week. please tell us that the corporal was at the end of his shift when his agency car left to the road off route one and struck two trees near the conowingo dam. friends can attend the viewing from 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. funeral services will be held on monday in joppa beginning at 11 am let's begin the morning commute with sarah caldwell. >> god is here on the west side. it is taking out all but the left lane on the outer loop of frederick road. you can see the delays are already in place due to volume. this backing up traffic as well on eastbound i-70. 795 in the red. monument street and wolfe street, watch for the closures in affect. once again on to the north side of the outer loop, 26 andrew 27 in westminster, and accident we are tracking. ate's a quick live look traffic. it is william s. there. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> beautiful
're clear between the beltway and the baltimore beltway here. also checking out things if you're traveling 295 heading into the district, nice and clear as well. also checking roads in prince george's county, along 5, not seeing any issues there, nice and clear. i'm back in ten minutes this time with a look at your rails. aaron and eun, back over to you. >> turbgs danella. >>> watch your speeds if you're traveling near schools in charles county. three new cameras up in waldorf. one at smallwood drive near wade elementary. another on leonardtown near thomas stone high school. and one at berry road and jennifer school lane. get caught speeding in those areas, and you'll get a $40 fine. >>> the tomkins court development celebrated the grand opening of this beautiful playground yesterday afternoon. it was built by 200 volunteers, including some of the washington capitals. center brooks laich helped put together slides, laid some cement, and made sure these kids have a safe place to play. >> it's awesome. it's a weird kind of joy. i feel like i helped out and so many other people did too. there
in baltimore, "unaccountable" is the name of the book, what hospitals won't tell and you how transparency can revolutionize healthcare. marty makary is the author of that book, and he'll be joining us after maria bartiromo, and we will be right back. >> my opponent and his running mate are big believers in top-down economics. they basically think that if we just spend another $5 trillion on tax cuts that favor the very wealthiest, then -- don't boo. vote. vote. vote. >> we got one new idea. one thing he did not do in his first four years, he said he's going to do in the next four years, which is to raise taxes. and is there anybody who thinks that raising taxes will help grow the economy? >> no! >> no, his plan is to continue what he has done before, the status quo has not worked. we cannot afford four more years of barack obama. we're not going to have four more years of barack obama. >> wednesday, president obama and mitt romney meet in their first presidential debate. the news hour's jim lehrer moderates from the university of denver. watch and engage with c-span, including our live debate
to the "baltimore sun," his cousin plays on the school's football team. and the school's top athletic trainer saved the victim's life by treating him until paramedics got to the scene. still no arrests have been made in this case. >>> a maryland state delegate convicted of stealing from the general assembly is expected to enter another guilty plea. delegate tiffany alston of bowie was convicted in june for stealing $800 to pay a salary for her employee at a private law office. now she's facing a second criminal charge. prosecutors say she dipped into her 2010 campaign to buy a wedding dress and pay for other expenses. >>> despite reports out of cuba, u.s. officials say there is no offer on the table to bring a maryland contractor jailed in that country home. the cuban diplomat said yesterday that her country was willing to negotiate with the u.s. for the release of alan gross. the state department, though, says it has not received any cooperation on a deal. they also believe cuba wants to trade for cuban agents jailed in the u.s. gross is serving a 15-year sentence for illegally bringing internet e
of baltimore on 95, the bw parkway out of laurel and route 32 and 29 out of columbia. and one more last live look, this time over at the bay bridge. a lot of people will be coming home this afternoon. it will look a lot different then. we'll be back at 5:39. >> thank you, monika. >>> howard mentioned the remnants of hurricane isaac are kicking up storms in and arp the washington area. >> in louisiana about 200,000 people are still without power. despite the instruction, the memorial church held services on sunday. flood waters caused the church doors to swell up to the point where members could barely open them and everything inside was ruined. but this church hasn't missed a sunday service in 19 years and the congregation wouldn't let isaac stop them. >> y building is gone but faith is still in god. my faith wasn't in this building. >> it's not just the church building. isaac destroyed the homes of more than half of this congregation. members have piled up their ruined possessions on the curb for trash collectors. many roadways remain under water as well as the local high school school. >>
was visiting his cousin who plays on the school's football team. that's according to the baltimore sun, which reports a member of the team found the victim outside the student center. football coach told the paper an athletic trainer treated the victim until the paramedics got on campus. there's still no arrest in this case. >>> today neil armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, will be buried at sea. there was an emotional good-bye to neil armstrong at the church yesterday. the national cathedral has a stained glass window embedded with moon rock that armstrong and crew brought back. >>> talks between teachers and school officials are expected to pick back up today in chicago after they failed to reach a deal earlier this morning. the officiateachers returned to picket line today. the two sides worked on teacher evaluations, which is one of the main sticking points. union dell the union delegates are set to meet this afternoon. >>> the iphone 5 is available by preorder online. the latest creation went on sale this morning and will ship out this week. it boasts a larger screen, faster p
the area by then. savage, maryland, right now still a little wet with light showers north around baltimore. off to the west, a few more scattered light showers that will be moving in. frostburg, petersburg, elkins, and morgantown all there seeing some rain. that's going to be making its way eastward. day planner forecast. umbrella ready today. we're not going to get a lot of rain. it the not going to rain in any one area for that long of a time period. look at the temperature by 3:00 p.m. from mid-70s at noon to 85 degrees by the time we get to late afternoon. isolated thunder possible too with our best chance of rain coming during the afternoon. that's when we could see a little bit of thunder too. 70 to 75 degrees for your evening rush heading home. here's a look at your four-day forecast and your seven-day forecast too. for today, thursday, friday, saturday, the possibility of rain. sunday, at least we're dry with a high of 74. today warm at 84. danella? >>> checking the roadways, veronica. still seeing construction slowing you down. let's head out and check delays. inner loop at eisenh
administrations did but that stuff seemed to work better than was going on now. host: from "the baltimore sun" this morning -- back to our discussion regarding who you trust on foreign policy -- pittsburgh , pa., on our line for democrats -- caller: no question, i am a retired military person and these people who are supposed to be experts on these things and have never served and all but want to do is go to war. the president is doing his job. they forgot that when bush was president, embassies were attacked. we have a short memory. i think the people just don't like obama. they will use any excuse to attack this man. this is really something people who don't know anything are saying the man apologizes. when did he apologize? host: our line for independents - go ahead caller: i support mitt romney on this. i heard the other day of our military men that were over there to protect the ambassador were not allowed to have the weapons loaded. all these people calling in about foreign affairs -- if cspan could rewind the tape and played back when he was over there at the summit when he thought the
on baltimore in the a.l. east. rays are just two and a half bag. >> willie, obviously the big story in new york, where we're from it's new york, but my gore, buck showalter? >> incredible. >> what about the text? forget about manager of the year, what about manager of the decade. how do you turn a team as bad as the orioles around? >> baltimore and washington will be in the postseason. >> to joe's point, buck showalter manager of the year, dan duquette general manager out of baseball for ten years, tiff -- executive of the year. >> can we talk about the red sox? things have got i don't knten s. >> you and i could start. we could go to seattle, you'd be on the mound, i'd catch you. we'd win. >> how bad can it get up there? >> worse. >> wow. >> you're a little younger than most people who will be in the lineup for the yankees tonight. that's how bad they are. let's do a little golf. incredible leader board at the deutsche bank golf championship, louis oosthuizen. this is not good. it goes way off into the woods. it's like barnicle off the tee. he left rory mcilroy in the hunt with the share of th
on the ravens in baltimore. it is going to be clear and cool and shouldn't be too much wind either. so everybody looking forward to that game later on tonight. jenna? >>> dylan, thank you. a supermodel is on a mission today to raise awareness after her beloved golden retriever died on a cross-country flight. she says united airlines is to blame, but the air carrier claims that just isn't true. the story now from nbc's michelle franzen. >> reporter: supermodel maggie rizer has graced the cover of fashion magazines like "vogue" and the catwalk for designers worldwide. after starting a family complete with dogs brea and albert, rizer began blogging about her life. she's been writing and talking about her emotional loss of brea who died this month onboard a cross-country united flight. rizer claims the airline didn't do enough to protect her pet from the heat when she says the plane sat on the tarmac with the engines off. she also says when the family arrived in san francisco, workers could not explain what had happened. >> i was hysterically crying. i didn't know if they had let her out and she had
, that was thrilling. my father had been mayor of baltimore. one of the leaders of the kennedy campaign in maryland. the first night we got there, it was the dinner for him. we all saw the president, the family very differently. after he made his speech at the stadium, which was stark, no one ever did that, fabulous seats. my father want to go to a famous restaurant in los angeles. we did. my father said this is really an expensive restaurant, how did you choose the restaurant. compared to baltimore, it was very expensive. i remember him not complaining, but making the point when the door opened and here comes senator kennedy. he came right over, what did you think of the speech? ask me what i thought. all of a sudden the prices came way down. >> suddenly it was not worth it. take a one of the most memorable single images of this convention ran on the front of "the new york time" was you with the women members of the house. but was a like to stand up there? >> it was pretty exciting. that was only half of those we have in the house. it was pretty exciting because of the connection. it was so exciti
. [applause] i was a social worker for baltimore families. now, i am a social worker building opportunities for families throughout america. friends, we work on macro issues and work on the macaroni and cheese issues. when women are in the halls of power our national debate reflects the needs and dreams of american families. women leading being that congress is working to create jobs. make quality childcare more middle class. because we understand the american we love grows the economy and opportunity from the middle out, not the top down. these are our priorities. these are president obama's priorities. we know that every issue is a woman's issue.2 [applause] and equal pay for equal work is an all-american issue. the 77 cents that women make for every dollar men earn makes a real difference to our families. families stretching to make every dollar count. we are so proud that the first law signed by president barak obama was the lilly ledbetter fair pay act. the first bill was about america's first principles. equality, opportunity, and prosperity. now, those republicans in the senate tried
. baltimore at the inner harbor, clouds this morning, sunshine out there. more people getting out and about. 70 degrees right now. it's warm, that dew point at 61, and this is what's going to be happen as we go through hour by hour going up to 80 degrees especially with the sunshine and then we're heading out to the game at 8:20, mild with showers possible, do not forget the rain gear. let's get a check of the abc 2 news time saver traffic with lauren cook. >> we are dealing with a crash on elk wood at route 100. if you are using the jfx, watch r out for a disabled car, for those of you using 695 here's a live look at parkville, inner loop nice and clear and outer loop sluggish, and we have an accident in northeast baltimore that's going to be on raven boulevard at glendale road. >>> we're out of time. the doctors is up next. >> thanks for joining us. rember our news starts at 4:30. we'll see you friday morning. eggs, bacon, and pancakes. denny's everyday value slam is four dollars every day. wait, is that right? eggs, bacon, pancakes. yeah. that's right. the four dollar everyday value slam
on 270 and southbound on the baltimore- washington parkway. absolutely beautiful outside. the clouds are disappearing and of 60 degrees at this hour. there are still some lingering 40's out there in frederick. mostly sunny today with our eyes between 67-72 and we will warm up a little in the middle of the week. we will be back at it o'clock 56. 8:56. >>> i don't know, ten minutes or so. >> okay. >> when people tune in, they'll see this on the stage. >> all right. let's do it. >> all right. this will be fun. >> yeah. >> the next three -- >> everyone buzzing about that moment last night. tracy morgan pretending to be knocked out. here in times square this morning, nobody in danger of passing out here. a lot of energy here. as you know, robin's on medical leave. great to have amy robach here. a beautiful morning. >> this is the way i like them. >> i do like them. >> meanwhile, we know it's cooler in l.a. than yesterday afternoon. josh and lara with dancers there. the after-party at the emmys. hey, guys. >> it does continue, hey to you, amy and fans. it's only a balmy 122. -- 92. nick wa
to sports. the surprising baltimore orioles back in a first place tie in the al east. the birds pulled even in the standings with new york after beating the yankees at a sold out camden yards crowd. the orioles hit six count them six home runs in the 10-6 victory. the teams play game two of the big series tonight. hard to believe serena williams was on her death bed from a mystery illness just a year ago. she's now destroying her opponents at the u.s. open. amazing. serena steam rolled through her first five matches and plays in the semifinals later today. we're outside arthur ashe stadium in flushing meadows. can anybody beat serena? >> reporter: not the way she is playing right now, carol. she has been absolutely brilliant in this tournament so far. as you say she has obviously won her first five matches and has only dropped 16 games. she is absolutely thrashing her opponents here at flushing mados, looking very, very likely to make the u.s. open final. she had a great summer. remember she won the wimbledon title. then she won two gold medals at the olympic. also played at wimbledon. she
baltimore county. she has been a decades long member of people for the american way, and a longtime supporter of amnesty international. she not only thinks globally, but ask locally through city meals with whom she volunteers as a meal deliver in new york city where she lives. [applause] >> turner serves as the chair of the planned parenthood federation of american board of advocates, and has testified before congress on reproductive rights which is your topic here today. besides acting and doing political work, turner is doing one thing, helping keep the spirit of mali allies. she was a newspaper columnist whose wit and passion for politics made her a legend. turner knew her. that's because when former texas governor ann richards was undergoing cancer treatment in manhattan, she happened to move into turner's apartment building. one day i was visiting with richard and they ran into turner. they invited her out for an evening of laughter, tall stories and giving turner a unique appreciation of life and spirit. later when market and go, a journalist known to many of us here in d.c. a
to fund that gap. host: baltimore on the democratic line, jay. caller: jerry, actually. thank you, c-span, and i really love your show. it's nice to be built to voice our opinion. my question is about qe-3. where is he getting $40 billion a month to purchase mortgage backed securities? if he has the power to do that, we cannotderstand why do this for something that is actually going to be tangible, like roads and bridges. everybody says that, but our transportation infrastructure is no longer what it takes to get stuff done quickly. the hours that dispense stuck in traffic, idling with gas at $4 a gallon will not help the situation. can you speak to where this $40 will come from?h host: referring to the federal reserve. guest: gao is at an early printed it from looking at the federal reserve pose a monetary policy activity. such as quantitative easing. we don't have a position on that because we are not able to look at that. host: is there any organization oversight of the federal reserve's monetary policy, any independent agency doing reviews? guest: not that i'm aware of. have thet
the casino behind the ads is... "most concerned with its own bottom line." and the baltimore sun says it "doesn't have maryland... taxpayers' interests at heart." so when you see these ads remember... they're about what's good for west virginia's casino... not maryland. voteor maryland jobs and schools. vote for question seven. trade has to work for america. that means crack down on cheaters like china, it means open up new markets. next, we've got to balance the budget. you've got to cut the deficit. you've got to stop spending more money than we take in. and finally, champion small business. have tax policies, regulations, and healthcare policies that help small business. we put those in place; we'll add twelve million new jobs in four years. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >>> as you know, robin is recovering from her gone marrow transplant, that took place one week ago. you know how committed she is to help those facing similar struggles and need transplants. before she went to the hospital, she made this public service announcement. we're releasing it now for bethemat
me. host and that social media includes our phone calls. bruce, baltimore, good morning, independent line, thank you for waiting. caller: how you doing, good morning. i watched the democratic convention and you also speak about how obama captured bin laden and all the praise of how senator obama did such a great job during the war and so forth. i think the credit should go to george bush. george bush is the one that set up all these ways of catching bin laden, setting up going to war in iraq. but all the democrats, all they are like perform colmes, they want to give obama all the credit for all the polices george bush set. host: thank you bruce. allen colmes. guest: i think to some extent you're right. i think the end of the iraq war, for example, was already in play when obama took office and in fact president obama kept many of the bush national security people around him like robert gates, the secretary of defense, at the beginning of his administration. so to some extent, you've actually got a point. but in terms of bin laden, you know, there's a clip of george w. bush at one poi
affordable for the people are state, looking forward to the baltimore orioles' winning the world series, and the ribbons, the redskins beating in the super bowl. maryland, where we move forward, not back. and maryland, where we will reelect the greatest center in the world, ben cardin -- senator in the world, ben cardin. quex in the chair of the maryland democratic party. votesbably cast our 127 for president barack obama. >> thank you, maryland. casting 124 boats for obama. -- votes for obama. massachusetts, you have 136 votes. >> madam secretary, i am boston city councilor iyana presley. the great commonwealth of massachusetts, under the leadership of gov. patrick is first in the nation. >> first in the nation in education. first in clean energy, and the first -- birthplace of the united states of america. >> former home to the late, great senator ted kennedy, the land of the senate. -- lion of the senate. >> home of the bruins. proud to cast 128 votes for president barack obama. [cheers and applause] . >> thank you, massachusetts. casting 128 votes for barack obama. michigan, where o
. this after a disputed field goal gave the baltimore raven a one-point win over the patriots and a series of botched calls and misapplied rules that have driven coaches, players and fans crazy. all this because of a labor dispute between the nfl and its regular referees that began when the league locked out the refs in june. the referees want more money, asking for more than the nfl's offer to increase their average salaries from $149,000 a year to $189,000. compare that to the median nfl player's salary, $770,000 a year. it's important to remember the average nfl playing career is only three and a half years. and most of the refs have other careers. so these aren't full-time jobs for them. the nfl wants to make the refs full-time and to add more refs so the average referee would make less money. the league also wants to move them from a pension system to a 401(k). but in the context of a business that brings in $9.5 billion a year, it seems relatively solvable. red cashin, an nfl referee for 25 years through two super bowls doesn't blame the replacement refs. what were they really not re
writes on twitter -- host: and here's the headline from "the baltimore sun" this morning -- host: and we'll continue to hear from you this morning on this from republicans. michael is from jacksonville, florida. thanks for calling in this morning, michael. caller: good morning. i'm calling about the mitt romney comments. i think it's appalling that the media is blown this out of proportion. what mitt romney said is a fact. 45%, 47% of our country is on entitlements. doesn't bother me at all what he had to say. i agree with him 100%. america needs to wake up and the people who don't comprehend it is -- don't understand what he's talking about on that. host: michael, thanks for calling in this morning. michael talking about the media blowing this up too much. here is the opinion piece from "the washington times" this morning, the midst of republican incompetence is the headline. host: that provides ample opportunity for mr. romney to score points by holding mr. obama accountable for his broken promises and the broken economy. that again on the opinion page of "the washington times," the le
field now dedicated in the memory of yeardley love. the field located at notre dame prep near baltimore where she attended high school. she is the former university of virginia lacrosse player killed by her boyfriend george huely. he receive a 23-year prison sentence for the murder. a chill anncr: this casino's in west virginia. but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. >>> good morning. we're still in the 50s throughout much of the region. a lot of sunshine later today. into the upper 70s. blustery wind. this beautiful autumn-like weather going to continue through the week. warmer by thursday and friday. over the weekend, could get showers saturday night into sunday. now our
of baltimore, governor of maryland. has been a strong surrogate for the president. this weekend ended up getting in trouble on the question of, were you better off four years ago? let's hear him try to make up for that and more. martin o'malley, right now. >> two months since our declaration of independence, outnumbered and surrounded, washington's army is about to be crushed forever at brooklyn heights. the british are closing in. with america's future hanging in the balance, word is passed up and down the maryland line, fixed pfix ed bayonettes, we're moving forward, and they do. they hold off the breach just enough for washington's army to escape and fight another day. today there is a plaque by the mass graves of those citizen soldiers and it reads, "in honor of the maryland 400, who on this battlefield saved the american army." in times of adversity, you see, for our country, for the country we love, maryland always chooses to move forward. we understand that progress is a choice. job creation is a choice. whether we move forward or back, this, too, is a choice, and that is what thi
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